Miley Cyrus Calls Taylor Swift a Bad Role Model for ‘Bad Blood’ Video in Marie Claire Interview
Miley Cyrus covers the September issue of Marie Claire magazine and calls out Taylor Swift for being a bad role model for her music video for Bad Blood.
Swift has her hands full with her enemies these days. Between Katy Perry calling her a sheep in wolves clothing, a Nicki Minaj Twitter war and now Miley Cyrus calling her out for being a bad role model, Swift may not have as many friends as we originally thought she did.
In an interview with Marie Claire, Miley Cyrus questions a few theories about herself, with one of them asking why showing her ‘titties’ is a bad thing, but it’s okay for Taylor Swift to show guns in the video Bad Blood. Cyrus said,
“I don’t get the violence revenge thing. That’s supposed to be a good example? And I’m a bad role model because I’m running around with my titties out? I’m not sure how titties are worse than guns.”
In the music video there are sexy outfits, guns, fist fighting, sword fighting and other violent actions. It seems Cyrus definitely has a point with the role model question? Cyrus continued calling out the public for referring to her as a druggie whore when it comes to the words in her songs. More specifically, Cyrus said,
“There is so much sexism, ageism, you name it, Kendrick Lamar sings about LSD and he’s cool. I do it and I’m a druggie whore.”
While Cyrus complains about her image, she also claims she doesn’t care what the public thinks of her anymore and if someone wants to hack her email or cellphone for nude photos, they don’t need to bother, she’ll just post them for all to see – and she has. We pretty much have seen Cyrus do it all – from smoking pot, making out with women, making out with men – you name it, she has done it and is always happy to post photos of it.
There’s no question, Cyrus is no longer that cute little Disney girl role model parents used to love. If she is so okay with her new image and not being a role model – she needs to stop complaining about those who still are considered role models. Thoughts??